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Allianz National Hurling League, Division 1B. Antrim v Clare, May 9, 1pm at Corrigan Park.

Many thanks to local broadband provider Cellnet for sponsoring The Clare Echo’s hurling coverage. Thanks to everyone who tuned in today. Match report to follow on www.clareecho.ie.
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A famous win for Antrim in Corrigan Park. Not an ideal start to Brian Lohan’s second season in charge and Clare will have plenty to work on as their league schedule continues next Sunday against Wexford in Cusack Park.

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FULL TIME: Clare 0-22 Antrim 1-21

72mins: Clare 0-22 Antrim 1-21 Not looking good for Clare. 
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Four minutes of added time
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69mins: Clare 0-22 Antrim 1-20 (Reidy and Neil McManus)
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67mins: Clare 0-21 Antrim 1-19 (Clarke)Antrim are about five minutes away from a famous win if they can hang on
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65mins: Clare 0-21 Antrim 1-18 (Tony Kelly free)
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63mins: A David Reidy goal attempt is cleared and Antrim retain their lead
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62mins: Clare 0-20 Antrim 1-18 (Ciaran Clarke)
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60mins: Clare 0-20 Antrim 1-17 Sides level with 10 minutes of normal time remaining (scores from Ciaran Clarke f. and Aiden McCarthy)
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56mins: Clare 0-19 Antrim 1-16 Tony Kelly (free)
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53mins: Clare 0-18 Antrim 1-16 At the last water break, it’s Antrim who lead. Most probably wouldn’t have predicted this.
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A quick thanks to broadband providers Cellnet for supporting The Clare Echo’s coverage of Clare GAA. A Clare based company offering online solutions to people living in Clare.
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48mins: Clare 0-18 Antrim 1-15 David Reidy levels it.
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45mins: Clare 0-17 Antrim 1-15 Antrim take the lead through Keelan Molloy from play.
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44mins: Clare 0-17 Antrim 1-14 Antrim point from Eoghan Campbell. It’s real tit for tat so far in the second half
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41mins: Clare 0-17 Antrim 1-13
Tony Kelly converts a free to restore Clare’s one point lead
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39mins: Clare 0-16 Antrim 1-13
Sides are level (’65 from Keelan Molloy).
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37mins: Clare 0-16 Antrim 1-12 
First point of the second half goes to Antrim (free).
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Many people impressed with Antrim’s first half and with a strong breeze and only a two-point deficit, they’ll feel like this game is there for the taking. 
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The Clare Echo’s man in the ground, Páraic McMahon: “Tony Kelly’s radar is on, he has 0-08, David Ready at centre forward is also impressing.” Breeze will be with Antrim in second half.

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36mins: Clare 0-16 Antrim 1-11 Tony Kelly with another point. That’s the half time score.

33mins: Clare 0-15 Antrim 1-11. This isn’t plain sailing for Brian Lohan’s charges, a Keelan Molloy point putting Antrim just one point behind as half time approaches.

29mins: It’s 1-09 to 0-14 points as Antrim are first to raise a green flag. The goal coming from Ciaran Clarke to draw the sides level but Clare tag on two points to reclaim the lead.

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22mins: It’s 12 points to 0-09 in favour of the Banner.

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Antrim’s last four openers when in Division 1B have all ended in defeat (Galway, Wexford twice, Limerick).
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18mins: Antrim on a bit of a run, including a monster free scored by Keelan Molloy. 0-09 to 0-06

15 mins: Antrim get a point back, it’s 0-09 to 0-04

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12mins: It’s a six point lead for Clare



11mins:
A point apiece keeps the scoreboard ticking over, Malone on target again for Clare. 0-07 t0 0-03
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10mins:
It’s 0-06 to 0-02 all of a sudden as Clare now have had four different scorers including Shane O’Donnell and Cathal Malone.
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8min: Clare stay ahead thanks to a Tony Kelly free. It’s three points to two.

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3min: It’s 0-02 to 0-01 to Clare with David Reidy and Tony Kelly both off the mark early on for the Banner

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Throw-in is at 1pm. Our man @thepmanofficial is in the stands so expect a full report on the website soon after the final whistle, no pressure P Man!

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For anyone who missed it, here’s the Clare team that’s been named. John Conlon at centre back might raise a few eyebrows but he’s togged out there before for his club…

Clare
1: Eibhear Quilligan (Feakle)
2: Paul Flanagan (Ballyea)
3: Conor Cleary (St Joseph’s Miltown)
4: Paddy Donnellan (Broadford)
5: Diarmuid Ryan (Cratloe)
6: John Conlon (Clonlara)
7: Aidan McCarthy (Inagh/Kilnamona)
8: Cian Galvin (Clarecastle)
9: Tony Kelly (Ballyea)
10: Cathal Malone (Sixmilebridge)
11: David Reidy (Éire Óg)
12: Colin Guilfoyle (Newmarket-on-Fergus)
13: Aron Shanagher (Wolfe Tones)
14: Ryan Taylor (Clooney/Quin)
15: Shane O’Donnell (Éire Óg)

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Today marks a return to hurling action for Brian Lohan’s men with their first competitive outing of the year against newly-promoted Antrim. It’s been a long wait and for those not fortunate enough to be in attendance or access to a stream online, we’ll keep you up to date with all the action.

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